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astonishing 'authorless' recording of a computer game in demo mode with wildly malfunctioning sound. "nox" posesses an incredible internal logic & impeccable sense of timing. human involvement in this recording is limited to the pressing of 'record'. record was press by andrew thomson, sometine in the year 2000. nox has been released in a couple of small cdr editions, the 1st featuring a unique collaged cover on each copy.
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Keywords: glitch; generative music; electronic; field recordings; found sound; audio oddity; automatic music; experimental; computer music; random; weird; noise; sound art
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it is certainly a commentary on our society.
i think one day, after a period of ripening, it could be piped as background music in elevators and grocercy stores.
here is my computer performing poetry with a little more human hand involved: